Cyprus Diaries

As I have said about a million times in previous posts, the destination of my very last trip this year was going to be Ayia Napa, a village in the eastern part of Cyprus. My mother and I just wanted one week of sun, ocean and the luxury of absolutely doing nothing before I am starting University in October. Also, we hadn’t really been on vacation together for over two years, so it seemed to be the perfect timing for a quick timeout. Of course, I took my camera with me and basically forced myself to bringing it everywhere we went. Looking at the pictures it was totally worth it and I am quite happy with the result. However, what kind of impression do you get when you see these photos? What kind of place is Ayia Napa just from seeing those 15 to 20 snapshots?

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Everything & Nothing On Gili Air

The Gilis are a group of three islands, actually closer to Lombok than to Bali. Gili Trawangan, Gili Air and Gili Meno are really popular for their white beaches and turquoise blue water.  I decided to go to Gili Air because it is not as party-ish as Trawangan, but still more busy than the honeymoon island Meno. In total I will have spend a whole week here. I am soon going home anyway, so I just went from lazy to the ultimate level of relaxation. The only adventurous thing I did was

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Things To Do In Ubud

You might be wondering why I don’t post as frequently as I said I would. After Koh Tao I continued traveling through Thailand, but somehow I wasn’t really inspired to take pictures nor to write about my experience. To be honest, I was just being lazy and the last time I had used my big camera was for the post about the animals in South Africa. However, I made it my resolution to get out of this creative funk for my last stop of this journey, Bali. I knew that especially Ubud would be good material

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Animal Encounters

It was part of my tour from Livingstone to  Johannesburg to visit the Kruger National Park. I initially had planned to write a post about the whole experience. Indeed, we were lucky to get to see all of the Big 5 (leopard, lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo). Plus cheetahs, hyenas, giraffes, zebras and lots of impalas. The whole crew. However. Yes, there is a big however.

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Hello, It’s Me In Capetown

Traveling alone can be challenging. When you get lost, you get lost alone. Is there an issue, you usually have to deal with it yourself. All in all, being alone can get lonely sometimes. Moreover, as a fashion blogger, who likes to include a good of picture of herself here and there, I had to face another problem: who takes the photos? Of course, you can

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Victoria Falls

When I was browsing through the selection of safaris on the internet I wanted to see something that I had never seen before. I had already been four times in South Africa by then and ticked off most of the animals on my list. Nevertheless, I ended up choosing a tour that would let me revisit the Big Five in the Kruger National Park in combination with seeing one of the widest waterfalls on earth. 

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Memories Of London

In Germany it’s a common thing for the graduates from high school to not start studying right away. A lot of us travel the world, do some volunteer work or just have a break from all the stress. One of my best friends is an au-pair in the UK and lives with her hostfamily for about

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Memories Of Australia

I have been debating for quite some time now on how to  put my pictures and experiences of my two week trip to Australia together to create an interesting and appealing post. Coming to the conclusion I should keep the text to a minimum I have decided to take my favorite

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